Colorado vs. Stanford Free Pick

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STANFORD, CA (ATS Consultants) – Another victory would go a long way to ensuring that Stanford will be playing in the NCAA tournament and tonight the Cardinal will look to notch their 19th win when they host Colorado at 9:00PM ET.

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ODDS: Oddsmakers from online sports book have installed Stanford as an 8.5-point favorite over Colorado, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 142.5 points. The Buffaloes are 20-9 on the year and 9-7 in the Pac-12, while the Cardinal are 18-10 overall and 9-7 in conference play.

LINE MOVEMENT: The Cardinal opened as 8.5-point favorites and that’s where the line for this game currently sits at most online and Vegas sports books, while the total opened at 141 and has been bet up to 142.5.

PUBLIC BETTING: Of the wagers placed on tonight’s game, 52% of college basketball public bettors currently favor Stanford. This information is subject to change, however, so make sure you click on the link provided for the most up-to-date public betting numbers.

NCAA FREE PICK: Take Stanford. According to the latest college basketball trends, the Cardinal are 6-0 against the spread in their last six home games and 7-1 ATS in their last eight home games versus a team with a losing road record. They’re also 4-1 against the number in their last five home games following a straight up loss, 10-4 ATS in their last 14 games overall and 11-5 ATS in their last 16 Wednesday games. On the other side, the Buffs are 2-5 against the spread in their last seven road games, 1-3-1 ATS in their last five Wednesday games and 3-8-1 ATS in their last 12 road games versus a team with a winning home record.



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